Why SO LOTS of pilots love this headset-UFQ ANR L2 Hi-Lite aviation headset
As our experience pilots DO NOT like the pilot headsets
with these features
1) Too noisy can hear lots of noise in airplane
2) Too heavy it is really uncomfortable for long time fly journey
3) Too tight when wear over the head
4) Too hot in the Summer or too cold in the Winter
Now with UFQ ANR L2 Hi-Lite aviaiton headset you can always enjoy long time fly joureny
1) With great noise canceling reduction function 24dB ANR + 22 dB PNR
could ONE of the BEST ANR in the world！
2) Super light weight ONLY 175g in weight
3) With Behind head type band so always no infulence pliots' handsome hairs
4) In ear type headset with 2 different kinds ear tips and each kind with 3 different sizes so Always can choose one pair suit for you
5) Always feel comfortable whether in hot or cold weather
UFQ ANR L2 Hi-Lite aviaiton headset also have these features
Use 2 x AA batteries, two new batteries can work more than 48 hours
Premium noise cancelling electret microphone ensures crystal clear communication every time
dual volume controls on the control box
MP3/Radio/iPod/iPad Compatible with link cable included
Always enjoy Hi-Fi sound quality for the music
Link cable for Cellphone or mp3 included.
With Mono/Stereo Switch
Professional ANR aviation headset on the plane while Great ANC headsets for home use or travelling use.
Free with a Bluetooth adapter as a Gift
With bluetooth adapter YOU can listen to Music or Make a phone call via Bluetooth
A Free good quality headset bag is included for each headset!
Now let's see these reviews from our customers for your reference.
All these reviews you can find on internet
May 14, 2019
I was hoping the new Bose ProFlight would be the answer to my quest, but the reviews were pretty mixed, and you're still wearing something over your head. For $1,000, there were too many downsides, based on reviews. I nearly bought some Clarity Aloft headsets, but they're so pricey for a non-ANR headset, and reports indicate they're not very durable.
I saw the UFQ L1 and was intrigued. I had previously purchased some of UFQ's conventional over-the-ear headsets for light airplane flying (mainly for my family / passengers), and was impressed with the quality for the price. So, I was about to buy the UFQ L1, when I saw the L2 was coming out. The ANR put me over the fence. Basically, you have the form-factor of a Clarity Aloft with the ANR of a Bose, for a fraction of the price of either!
As of this writing, I've done a few 3 and 4-day trips with them on the A320, and so far I absolutely love them! Great sound quality, excellent noise reduction, and super-comfortable. One of the things that causes hearing damage is when people have to turn up their headset volumes so loud to hear ATC over the cockpit noise. The L2's noise reduction is so effective, I ended up having the L2's volume control all the way down and the airplane's audio control panel all the way down too, and I could still hear ATC loud & clear.
The only thing I noticed that's less-than perfect is, when the engines first spool up for takeoff, there's a subtle, repetitive "wooshing" noise, presumably as the ANR attempts to adjust to the sound change. But, it only lasts for a few seconds, and it's not bothersome. The rest of the flight is essentially perfection.
When you first get them, you may need to adjust the ear hooks to best fit your head. For me, the tips of the ear hooks were kind of sticking out, so I had to bend them inward. The metal is surprisingly strong, so you'll probably need a couple of pairs of pliers. I'd recommend removing the rubber coating over the wire before using the pliers. I didn't do this and ended up chewing up that coating. Luckily, UFQ provides an additional set with more padding, so I just swapped them out. Go to YouTube and search "UFQ L2 unboxing" and you'll see a video of a guy showing how to do this. [Edit]: I asked UFQ if they could send me some new "thin" wire covers to replace the ones I messed up. They sent me some new ones for free! Anyway, after trying them both, I decided I like the thin ones better. The thick ones offer more padding, but the thin ones take up less room behind your year, which is especially important if/when you wear glasses or sunglasses.
Once in cruise, when you don't need to talk to ATC as much, but you still want hearing protection, you can drop the hooks off of your ears and just wear it around your neck. Then it's just like wearing earbuds, no weight pressure anywhere!
I just wanted to say thank you for the headsets, they are awesome.
I have been flying corporate aviation 16 years and this is by far the best most comfortable headset I have ever used.
If you have any pilots in your product development team I would love to get involved if that is possible.
I have told many pilots about your product so hopefully a few of them are starting to purchase your equipment.
The only thing that I would improve with the headset is if you could add in something to reduce the audio input when radiocalls are coming in, I have heard some headsets with Aux input have a way of prioritising main over aux, which could be helpful at times.
If there was also a way to make the section with the batteries and volume controls slightly more robust and attractive that would also be good.
But all in all its an excellent product and something that I am pushing to all my friends as well as a few comments and recommendations on facebook.
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TAG Aviation Asia
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Wan Chai, Hong Kong
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- Received the headset very quick and hassle free, perhaps in 9-10 days after placing the order. The box contained everything and the headset looks and feels wonderful. Tried on the noise cancelling just wearing it at home and seems to be working fine thus far. I’m a 737 Capt and will be trying these in the actual cockpit and would again update on realtime usage very soon. 08 Aug 2019 19:17
- Fantastic ANR! Comparable to (slightly exceeds) the Bose in the ear model. I am using these in a King Air 350 and CJ3. Extremely comfortable even on 3-4 hour legs. Previously I was using the UFQ non-ANR headset and it has held up for 3 years of daily multiple plane swaps and legs. I'm hoping for the same durability with these. The included bluetooth adapter works well for music, but not for telephone calls. If you pick up your clearances via telephone, you might want to know this ahead of time. Quite frankly, this is the best headset I have ever owned.
18) R***z MX